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San Diego County Bar Association
Doing Business in the Emerging Markets of India, the Middle East and Russia


Featuring: Mitchell L. Lathrop, Esq.; Craig Miles; Karla J. Pinckes, Esq.; Gregg F. Relyea, Esq.; Nicole M. Sahin; & Alidad Vakili, Esq.

Presented by the International Law, Alternative Dispute Resolution and Business/Corporate Law Sections and the New Lawyer Division of the SDCBA & The California State Bar International Law Section

This CLE is worth 2.0 GEN MCLE Credit

An expert panel of professionals and lawyers will discuss the logistics, key contracting elements and common dispute resolution techniques used in the emerging markerts in India, the Middle East and Russia. The intent is to have robust dialogue between panelists and attendees to ensure an exchange of key learnings and best practices.

California State Bar International Law Section Members: To register for this CLE, please contact Member Services at 619.231.0781

Light Evening Refreshments will be served. Registrations are due by noon on May 5, 2011 to avoid the late fee. By registering, you are agreeing not to record, photograph or otherwise capture any video or audio of this seminar. The SDCBA has the right to refuse registrations. Late registrants and walk-ins will incur a $10.00 late registration fee and are not guaranteed meal service. Registration fees apply to the actual program being purchased and are not transferable to another seminar attendee or online program. Walk-ins will be accommodated as space allows. Registrations will be held until 15 minutes after the published seminar start time. The SDCBA certifies that this activity has been approved for MCLE by the State Bar of California.

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San Diego County Bar Association

Bar Center
1333 Seventh Avenue
San Diego, CA 92101


International Law Section

Alternative Dispute Resolution Section

Business/Corporate Law Section

New Lawyer Division
Cancellation Policy

No refunds available within 72 hours of the seminar.